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QUARTERLY COURTS.-Continued.

Menifee-Tuesday after first Monday in March, June, September,

and December Mercer-Second Monday in March, June, September, and Decem

ber. Metcalfe-Third Monday in January, April, July, and October. Monroe-Third Monday in each month. Montgomery--Tuesday after third Me day in each month. Morgan-Third Monday in March, June, September and December. Muhlenberg-First Monday in each month. Nelson-First Monday in each month. Nicholas-Fourth Monday in January April, July, and October. Ohio-First Monday in each month. Oldham-Second Monday in each month. Owen-Third Monday in January, April, July, and October. Owsley–Tuesday after first Monday in February, May, August,

and November, Pendleton-Fourth Monday in February, May, August, and Novem

ber. Perry--Tuesday after second Monday in each month except March,

September, and December. Pike-First Monday in each month. Powell--Second Monday in each month. Pulaski-First Monday in each month. Robertson-First Monday in January, April, July, and October. Rockcastle-First Monday in January, April, July, and October. Rowan-Third Monday in January, April, July, and October. Russell-Tuesday after second Monday in January, April, July,

and October. Scott-First Monday in March, June, and September, third Monday

after first Tuesday in December. Shelby-Iirst Monday in each month. Simpson-First Monday in each month. Spencer-Third Monday in March, June, September, and Decem

ber. Taylor--Fourth Monday in each month. Todd-First Monday in each month. Trigg-Fourth Monday ip each month. Trimble-First Monday in March, June, September, and Decem

her.
Union-Fourth Monday in each month.
Warren-Second Monday in January, April, July, and October.
Washington-Third Monday in January, April, July, and October,
Wayne--Third Monday in March, June, September, and December.
Webster-Fourth Monday in each month.
Whitley-Third Monday' in each month.
Wolfe--Tuesday after first Monday in March, June, September, and

December.
Woodford-Second Monday in each month.

TERMS

United States Circuit and District Courts for Sixth

Judicial Circuit and District of Kentucky.
CIRCUIT JUDGES-Wm. H. Taft, Cincinnati, O.; Horace H.

Lurton, Nashville, Tenn.; W. R. Day, Canton, 0.
DISTRICT JUD X-Walter Evans, Louisville, Ky.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY-Reuben D. Hill, Ky.
ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY-John G. Fitzpatrick, Ky.
CLERK. TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY_Terry Smith, Ky.

MARSHAL-A. D. James, Ky.
FRANKFORT-.W. G. Chapman, Clerk and Commissioner;
Thomas Wiard, Deputy Clerk. Terms begin first Monday in Jan-
uary and second Monday in June.

OWENSBORO-Edward M. Bell, Commissioner; Dudley Lindsey, Deputy Clerk. Terms begin fourth Monday in January and first Monday in June.

LOUISVILLE-Thos. Speed, Clerk; Henry Cassim, Deputy and Commissioner. Terms begin third Monday in February and first Monday in October.

PADUCAH–J. R. Puryear, Clerk and Commissioner. Terms begin first Monday in April and third Monday in November.

COVINGTON-Jos. C. Finnell, Clerk and Commissioner; Miss L. M. Vandyke, Deputy. Terms begin second Monday in May and first Monday in December.

An act or October 8, 1888 establishing the following counties as coniposing the Owensboro district: Daviess, Henderson, Union, Christian, Todd, Hopkins, Webster, Mclean, Muhlenberg, Logan, Ohio, Butler, Hancock, Grayson and Breckinridge. Cases from any other section of the State may be filed at either of the other division. The clerk's office at Owensboro is filled by a deputy clerk, who is appointed by the clerk at Louisville.

An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy was passed by the Congress of the United States, July 1, 1898, and in pursuance thereof, the following districts were established and referees appointed: District. Counties.

Referee and Post-office. No. 1. Carlisle, Hickman, Fulton and Graves, W. P. Lee, Mayfield No. 2. McCracken, Marshall, Calloway and Ballard

E. W. Bagby, Paducah No. 3. Christian and Trigg .F. L. Wilkinson, Hopkinsville. No. 4. Caldwell, Lyon, Crittenden and Livingston

.. E. W. Bagby, Princeton No. 5. Henderson, Union, Webster and Hopkins

Malcolm Yeaman, Henderson No. 6. Daviess. McLean, Ohio, Hancock and Breckinridge

..Jno. A. Dean, Owensboro No. 7. Logan, Todd, Muhlenberg and Butler

Geo. B. Edwards, Russellville

District. Counties.

Referee and Post-office. No. 8. Warren, Edmorson, Simpson and Allen,

Chas. W. Milliken, Bowling Green No. 9. Hardin, Grayson, Larue and Hart,

A. B. Montgomery, Elizabethtown No. 10. Barren, Metcalf, · Monroe and Cumberland

H. C. Gorin, Glasgow No. 11. Jefferson, Bullitt, Meade, Oldham and Nelson

..Jno. B. Baskin, Louisville No. 12. Marion, Taylor, Green, Washington and Adair

W. J. Lisle, Lebanon No. 13. Pulaski, Casey, Wayne, Clinton and Russell

...Jas. Denton, Somerset No. 14. Lincoln, Rockrastle, Jackson and Lanrel

.Jas. N. Saunders, Stanford No. 15. Knox, Whitley, Bell, Harlan, Clay and Letcher

.J. H. Tinsley, Barbourville No. 16. Mercer, Boyle and Garrard, Thos. H. Hardin, Harrodsburg No. 17. Shelby and Spencer

W. M. Scott, Shelbyville No. 18. Franklin, Henry, Woodford, Scott,

Owen and Anderson ...........D. W. Lindsey, Frankfort No. 19. Carroll, Trimble, Gallatin and Boone,

Geo. B. Winslow, Carrollton No. 20. Kenton, Campbell, Grant and Pendleton......

W. M. Durrett, Covington No. 21. Bourbon, Harrison and Nicholas....H. Clay Howard, Paris No. 22. Fayette and Jessamine

...C. S. Scott, Lexington No. 23. Clark, Madison and Estill... P. W. Miller, Richmond No. 24. Mason, Bracken, Robertson and Fleming

....T. R. Fister, Maysyille No. 25. Montgomery, Path. Rowan and Menifee

.......A. T. Wood, Mount Sterling No. 26. Lee, Owsley, Wolfe and Powell, G. W. Gourley, Beattyville No. 27. Breathitt, Perry, Leslie and Knott,

G. W. Gourley, Beattyville No. 28. Floyd, Pike, Magoffin and Martin ..... A. J. Garred, Louisa No. 29. Lawrence, Morgan, Johnson and Elliott,

A. J. Garred, Louisa No. 30. Boyd, Carter, Lewis and Greenup,

Proctor K. Malin, Ashland

THE ELECTION LAW. AN ACT to Further Regulate Elections.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:

§ 1. The General Assembly shall at its present session elect three commissioners who shall be styled “The State Board of Election Commissioners." They shall hold office for a term of four years and until their successors are elected and qualified; they shall be citizens and electors of Kentucky, and not less than twenty-five years old; in the year i one thousand nine hundred and two, and every fourth year thereafter the General Assembly shall elect such commissioners. Said commissioners shall qualify by taking before the Clerk of the Court of Appeals an oath faithfully to perform their duties according to law. Of such qualifications said clerk shall make certificate, which shall be noted upon the record of the proceedings of said board and preserved among the records. Said board shall elect one of its members chairman who shall preside at its meetings; it shall appoint a secretary, who shall hold office during the pleasure of the board. The Board shall prescribe the duties of the secretary and fix his compensation, which shall not exceed two hundred and fifty dollars per annum. The board shall keep a record of its acts, orders, findings, judgments and all of its proceedings. A majority of said board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of all business of the board, and a majority of said board may make any order, finding, judgment, or do, any act or thing that the board is authorized or empowered to make or do. If a vacancy occurs in said board whilst the General Assembly is in session, said vacancy shall be filled by election by the General Assembly. If a vacancy or vacancies occur in said board whilst the General Assembly is in vacation, the same shall be filled by appointment by the remaining member or members of said board. Resignations from said board shall be in writing, directed to the board and filed among the records thereof.

§ 2. Said State Board of Election Commissioners shall annually, and not later than the month of September, appoint three election commissioners for each county in this Commonwealth, who

styled the "County Board of Election Commissioners;” such county election commis

sioners shall be citizens and electors of the county for which they are appointed, and shall be not less than twentyfive years old. Before entering upon the duties of their oilice, they shall qualify by taking before some officer authorized by law to administer oaths, an oath faithfully to discharge their duties as such commissioners according to law. The officer administering such oath shall make a certificate thereof, which shall be filed in the office of the county court clerk of the county. Said board shall elect one of its members chairman, who shall preside at its meetings. A majority of such board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of all business of the board, for the doing of any act or thing that the board may do, and the making of any order, finding, or judgment of the board. Any member of such county board may be at any time removed from office by the State Board of Election Commissioners. All vacancies in such county boards shall be filled by said State board, but until such vacancy or vacancies be filled by appointment by said State boards, any vacancy or vacancies in any such county board may be temporarily filled by appointment by the remaining members or member of such county board. Said county board shall keep a record of its proceedings, which shall be a public record, and be kept in the office of the county court clerk.

§ 3. Said county board shall annually not later than the month of October, appoint for each election precinct in the county, two judges, one clerk, and one sheriff of election, to act as such in their precinct, all of whom shall be discreet, qualified voters of the precinct for which they are appointed, and shall hold their offices until their successors are appointed and qualified; and so long as there are two distinct political parties in this Commonwealth, the judges, clerk and sheriff of election, in all elections by, the people, under the Constitution and laws of the United States, and under the Constitution and laws of this Commonwealth, shall be so selected and appointed as that one of the judges at each place of voting shall be of one political party, and the other judge of a different political party; and there shall be the like difference at each voting place between the sheriff and clerk of election: Provided, That there be a sufficient number of qu persons of political party resident in the precinct with which to fill said offices,

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